The city government here has opened public places, particularly the famous Burnham Park, to Zumba, jogging, and other exercises starting Sunday, May 17.
Mayor Benjamin Magalong, however, clarified that the conduct of the health activities must be in line with the "new normal" where observation of social distancing and wearing of face masks would be strictly enforced.
He tasked city managers to firm up guidelines to ensure safety of health buffs from the dangers of COVID-19.
The time allowed for such activities will be from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m., from Monday to Saturday, with promenaders observing physical distancing of at least five meters from each other, and the wearing of face mask.
They will also be required to secure fitness passes from City Environment and Parks Management Office (CEPMO).
Those aged 21 years old and below, and 60 years old and above will not be allowed to join the health activities at the parks, except on Sundays.
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